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by Dr Vaid Ji on Nov 03, 2023


Stress is a natural response to a perceived threat or challenge. It can be physical or psychological and often triggers the body's "fight or flight" response.

Causes of Stress:

Stress can be caused by various factors, including work pressure, personal problems, major life changes, and financial issues. It can also result from external events or internal thoughts and worries.

Symptoms of Stress:

Symptoms of stress can vary from person to person but commonly include anxiety, irritability, muscle tension, fatigue, and difficulty concentrating. In the long term, it can lead to health issues like high blood pressure, heart problems, and mental health disorders.

Risk Factors for Stress:

Some risk factors for stress include a high-stress job, personal relationships, financial instability, and chronic health problems. Genetics and personality traits can also influence how an individual responds to stress.

Prevention and Management:

Preventing and managing stress involves techniques such as stress-reduction exercises, mindfulness, relaxation techniques, time management, seeking support from friends and professionals, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle through regular exercise, a balanced diet, and adequate sleep.

Management of stress According to ayurved-

Dosha Imbalance: Ayurveda identifies three primary doshas - Vata, Pitta, and Kapha - and imbalances in these doshas can lead to stress. For example, excess Vata can result in anxiety and restlessness, while excess Pitta may lead to irritability and anger.

Stress Factors: Ayurveda considers various lifestyle and environmental factors that can contribute to stress, including diet, daily routines, and seasons. An imbalance in any of these factors can disrupt the body's natural equilibrium.

Ayurveda offers a holistic approach to managing and reducing stress. Here are some key principles and practices used in Ayurvedic stress management:

Dietary Guidelines: consuming warm, nourishing foods can help balance Vata, while cooling foods can pacify Pitta. Avoiding processed, spicy, or heavy foods is generally advised.

  • Herbal Remedies: Ayurveda uses herbs to manage stress. Popular herbs like Ashwagandha,
  • Brahmi,

Daily Routines (Dinacharya): Following a consistent daily routine is essential-

  • Abhyanga
  • Pranayama (breathing exercises)

Yoga and Exercise:

  • Meditation
  • Setu bandha sarvangasana
  • Utthita Trikonasana
  • Marjaryasana

Adequate Rest: Getting enough sleep and maintaining a regular sleep schedule is crucial in Ayurvedic stress management. Quality sleep is seen as an important factor in balancing the doshas.



  1. Vata Balance Tablet:

Vata balance tablet is a rejuvenating blend of herbs is specially formulated to balance Vata doshas without aggravating Pitta or Kapha doshas. It may be used to support overall health and well-being by Vata constitutions with or without food. For those with a dual constitution that includes Vata or a tridoshic constitution, it is an excellent formula for the Vata season, which in most parts of the world is autumn and early winter.

Recommended Dosage – Take 1 tablet twice daily with normal water.

  1. Brodley Syrup:

This syrup is prepared from the extract of various herbs that deal with the delusion, hallucination, disorganized behavior, lack of emotions, & inappropriate posture, etc. The syrup is prepared from herbs such as Shankhpushpi, Brahmi, Jatamansi, Ashwagandha, Shatavari, Saunf. These herbs show antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, immuno-modulator, & mind relaxant properties.

Recommended Dosage – Take 2 teaspoonfuls twice daily.

  1. Stress care tablet:

It is an amazing combination of natural herbs like Sarpgandha, Brahmi, Tagar, jatamansi. It helps to relieve stress conditions. They help to pacify the nervous system and also help to increase mental and physical performance. In Ayurveda when there is an imbalance of three energies i.e. Vata, pitta, and Kapha, it leads to disease. Vata has a sub dosha named prana doshas which regulates the sensory perception, brain, and mind. Tarpak Kapha subtype of kapha, governs cerebrospinal fluid, sadhak pitta subtype of pitta doshas governs emotions and their impact on the heart. So any vitiation of these doshas leads to stress. It act as Anti-depressant, relieves Insomnia, Anxiety.

Recommended Dosage – Take 1 tablet twice a day with normal water.

  1. Brain Relaxant Churna:

This churna is pure Ayurvedic which helps to rejuvenate the brain cells, improves memory, give strength to the body, & increases the concentration by calming down the brain. It is prepared from herbs that show calming effect on brain and gives you relaxation. Brain relaxant churna shows antioxidant, Neuroprotective, carminative and anti-inflammatory properties. Ingredients present in this churna are Amla (Emblica officinalis), Sonth (Zingiber officinale), Pippali (Piper longum), Marich (Piper nigrum), Haldi (Curcuma longa), Bala (Sida cordifolia), Suddha Gandhak, Lauha Bhasma. It helps to Maintain blood sugar level, Anti-depressant, Insomnia, Increase Haemoglobin levels, Cures indigestion, Helpful in Ulcerative colitis, and Nerve tonic. It helps in dealing with health conditions such as feeling delusion, hallucinations, disordered thinking, disabling, & impair daily functioning related to schizophrenia patients.

Recommended Dosage – Take 1 tablespoon of this churna twice daily.

  1. Mann Mitra tablet:

Mann Mitra tablet is herbal and purely ayurvedic medicine. It is used in Ayurvedic treatment for psychiatric conditions and help to balance all the three doshas of body i.e vata, pitta, kapha. CAC Mann Mitra tablet improves intelligence and speech problems. It is helpful for making the nervous system strong and nerves as well. It contains various herbs like Bala, Vacha, Shankhpushpi, Nagkeshar etc that help you fight insomnia, anxiety, and stress. It works as an antioxidant, anti-depressant, immuno booster, anti-epileptic and as neuro protective drug.

Recommended Dosage – Take 1 tablet twice a day with normal water.